Post # 1
And I’m having people send me facebook messages informing me they won’t make it to the wedding tomorrow. No reason why, just yeah sorry..we aren’t going to make it.
It’s not happy hour. It was my wedding. I now literally have 4 people from my dad’s side of the family even bothering to attend the wedding. I wonder how many other people will bail or not show up.
So discouraging. It’s not even the wasted money. I’m sitting alone in my bridal suite, missing my FH and now feeling like my family couldn’t be bothered. I’m kind of embarassed at how unimportant I am to my own family.
Post # 3
Awwww, I’m really sorry people are being so thoughtless. The best thing to do is to stop wasting your thoughts and emotions on them, and instead focus on the people who do come and the fact that you are marrying the person you love. I know it is difficult to do, but in the end, they don’t matter.
Post # 4
Sending you that kind of info in a facebook message? Really? …How impersonal. I’m sorry that this is happening. All I can say is that these people aren’t worth your time if they can’t even give you a reason.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2013 - Creek club at ion, SC
YOURE GETTING MARRIED IN THE MORNING!!!
Forget them, youre about to start a brand new family of your own and be with Fiance for the rest of your life. Hes going to be so happy to see you walk down that aisle and Im sure youre going to look great. Focus on that. Your going to have some great food, some great drinks and some great photos. some great dancing and a great time with family and friends who are there.
Its their loss
Post # 6
@irishphoenix: Oh no I’m so sorry! That is really crappy of your guests, but try not to let it bother you or ruin your day. It’s their loss! Just remember that the most important person will be waiting for you at the end of that aisle – the future hubs!
Post # 7
I had a similar thing happen and it was a bummer. But on the day of the wedding, I completely forgot about the no shows and really enjoyed seeing everyone who was there. Try to focus on those people who you know you can count on to be smiling at you as you walk down the aisle.
Post # 8
I agree YOU ARE GETTING MARRIED in less than 24 hours! Enjoy it! If people can’t make it, it is their loss!
Have a great time! Good luck although I am sure you won’t need it!
Post # 9
I had someone text me an hour before the wedding saying she couldn’t make it! Of course, I dind’t get the message until the next day due to my phone being off. Don’t worry about it and just enjoy your wedding day!
Post # 10
Get off Facebook and choose to block out all negativity and discouragement. Surround yourself with the things, people, and memories that make you happy. Enjoy the hours leading up to your wedding! You’ll be a Mrs in no time!
Post # 11
@irishphoenix: Awww, don’t get down. This is your and your FH day. Don’t worry about them. It’s their loss they aren’t going to see how beautiful you are going to look tomorrow.
Post # 12
This is your last night as an unmarried woman. Get some paper (or your computer haha) and write how you feel, write a letter to your future self, something. Celebrate this last night. Sit on the balcony, order up room service. Don’t squander it on social media haha. Pause. And sleep well!
Post # 13
Thanks everyone for the support. You’re right, time to shrug it off and look ahead. I logged off and spent some time writing my letter to my FH for him to open tomorrow before we walk down the aisle. 🙂
And now I’m going to bed. See you guys on the Mrs. side!
Post # 14
@irishphoenix: Yay!! Good luck! Wishing you many wonderful years together!